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752 ; Eveready Ever Ready, (ID = 878109) Power-S 752 ; Eveready Ever Ready, (ID = 614592) Power-S
752 ; Eveready Ever Ready, (ID = 614593) Power-S 752 ; Eveready Ever Ready, (ID = 614594) Power-S
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752 ; Eveready Ever Ready, (ID = 878109) Power-S
Eveready Ever Ready,: 752 [Power-S] ID = 878109 933x440
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For model 752, Eveready (Ever Ready), AENMC / National Carbon Company (NCC); Columbia:
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Country:  United States of America (USA)
Manufacturer / Brand:  Eveready (Ever Ready), AENMC / National Carbon Company (NCC); Columbia
Year: 1948 ?? Category: Power supply/conditioner or battery or charger 
Details
Power type and voltage Is a battery or storage battery / 9 & 90 Volt
Loudspeaker
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from Radiomuseum.org Model: 752 - Eveready Ever Ready, AENMC /
Material Various materials
Dimensions (WHD) 14.1 x 2.75 x 4.1 inch / 358 x 70 x 104 mm
Notes

Large AB battery pack used in Zenith Trans Oceanics, Zenith Universal portables and other multiband tube portables.

Equivalents:

  • Zenith Z-985
  • Burgess G6B60
  • Eveready 752
  • Neda 400
  • Hallicrafters P999
  • Ray-O-Vac AB995
  • Sears 6401
  • RCA VS047

Unlike the Neda 401 / Eveready 753 there doesn't appear to be a UK Ever Ready equvalent.

Various sizes are given and also some evidence that later the pack was a little shorter or different brand was slightly smaller.

Contained 4 stacks of 15 layer cells for 90V HT and 6 off "F" type cells (about 50% longer than D cells) for 9V LT.

Battery compartment can be misleading for size as the radioconnector protrudes more than other types of battery and many Zenith Transoceanic sets used a separate Z1 cell for scale lamp/dial bulb.

Dimensions given vary:

  • W: 343 ... 368 mm
  • H: 104 ... 114 mm
  • D: 63.5 ... 70 mm

Note that on a Zenith Transoceanic the base of the battery is toward front panel and thus H & D of the compartment are swapped.

Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg) 2.781 kg / 6 lb 2 oz (6.126 lb)
External source of data 1955 Eveready Battery Engineering Bulletin
Source of data - - Manufacturers Literature
Mentioned in 1955 Eveready Battery Engineering Bulletin

Model page created by Bill Morris. See "Data change" for further contributors.



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